|Finn Jensen, OZ1HET operating HS0AC Radio Amateur Society of Thailand Station - David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Reception of HS0AC on August 29, 2012 on 21 MHz of Finn Jensen at the key as received by N1EA in Massachusetts. N1EA is using a side swiper and a semi-automatic McElroy key. Morse code.
Keywords: oz1het; hs0ac; n1ea; side swiper; sideswiper; mcelroy; key; morse code
|ITT Amagansett Radio / WSL 1977 WX - David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
WSL ITT World Communications Inc. Amagansett Radio Southampton, Long Island, New York USANew England Weather sent by Morse Code
Keywords: wsl; amagansett; radio; morse; wx; wt; morse; Sturmfels; DEAX; radiotelegraphy
|W0BMU, HOWARD "Tex" HARVEY, W0BMU - David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Howard Harvey, most often called "Tex" took his Radio Officers license before the U.S. Commerce Department and lied about his age and obtained a job as a radiotelegraph operator on a barge travelling the Erie Canal. He had been using this Vibroplex Blue Racer made in 1912 for over 75 years. He would often tell me that he had a "Lake Erie Swing" and he did as he learned that particular method of sending while on the Lake Erie Canal, but I would correct him being much too precise, by saying "No, y...
Keywords: Lake Erie Swing; w0bmu,ab5ty,macalee hime,w2bna,howard,tex,amateur radio, radio officer; morse code
|I2RTF Pietro Begali sending Morse Code on his Intrepid semi-automatica key - David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Pietro Begali, famous Morse key maker using his wonderful Intrepid semi-automatic key as received at amateur radio station N1EA located in Green Harbor, Massachusetts, USA 31 March 2012 on the frequency band of 14 MHz.
Keywords: i2rtf; pietro begali; intrepid; morse code; bruna
|KLC - Galveston Radio - Original Recording by Richard Monjure, Digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Recordings of Galveston Radio / KLC supplied by Radio Officer Richard Monjure. The first recording is KLC WX (Weather Broadcast) and traffic list as sent on 13,038 kHz. The second recording is KLC with traffic list and working ships.
Keywords: KLC; Galveston Radio; Richard Monjure; 500 kHz; marine; Morse; recordings
|Channel Tea Party - Charles Henry, VA3CH, and David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Recordings made of 500 kHz of the English Channel Wireless Telegraphy signals contributed by R/O Charles Henry of Kingston, ON Canada. A wonderful cacophony of signals from PCH, DAN, OST, GLD, GCC, GNI and others. Coast Stations along both sides of the Channel seem to be battling it out to send out their calls to tell ships there are Weather (WX) or Navigational Warnings (NX) or traffic list (TFC LIST)
Keywords: PCH; DAN; OST; GLD; GCC; GNI; VA3CH; WT; wireless telegraphy; 500 kHz; Morse
|Marine Morse Recordings - Radio Officer Richard Monjure - Richard Monjure, Digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
A collection of Marine Morse Recordings made in 1993 and 1994 by Radio Officer Richard Monjure. Recordings made in Bremmerhaven, Germany and at sea. Stations include GKA, WCC, WSC, PCH, FFL, EAD, IAR, DAN, OST, LGQ, PH, OXZ, OFJ, URD, NMG,WLO, KLC, WNU and an XXX recording (Urgent Broadcast).
Keywords: Richard Monjure. GKA; WCC; WSC; PCH; FFL; EAD; IAR; DAN; OST; LGQ; SPH; OXZ; OFJ; URD; NMG; WLO; KLC; WNU
|Arthur C. Goodnow's 600 meter reception in Europe 1974 - Arthur C. Goodnow, W1DM and David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Arthur Goodnow, W1DM recording of "600 meter reception in Europe 1974"
Keywords: 500 kc/s; 600m; w1dm; arthur c. goodnow; maritime; morse; morse code
|Maritime Morse Coast Station Markers - Shirl Joseph Prewitt, W0TUT and David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Maritime Morse Coast Station Markers submitted by Radio Officer S.J. "Joe" Prewitt, W0TUT of Panama Beach City, Florida. You will hear the high frequency - HF - markers used by coastal wireless Morse Code telegraphy stations world-wide. Stations all over the world were recorded. These signals were sent when the station was listening for calls from ships on the high frequency bands.
Keywords: WT; Coast Station; Morse Code; markers; HF
|David H. Smith, ZL2WT, Morse Code Recording Collection - David H. Smith, ZL2WT, and others including David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
DAVID H. SMITH of HAWKES BAY, New Zealand has collected a series of recordings of Maritime and Aviation More code. Mr. Smith holds Post Master General certification as radio officer and is amateur radio operator ZL2BB, G3VBJ, ex ZL2BBB. CW operator. Fists member # 9067. Ex Merchant Navy Radio Officer. Member of the ROA (Radio Officers' Association). Member of New Zealand Vintage Radio Society. Hobby is researching the history of maritime wireless telegraphy...
Keywords: maritime morse; 500 khz; 500 kc; radiotelegraphy; sos; radio officer
|Thunderstorm, Rain and Morse Code from Bug - Edward A. McCarthy, W1YT, David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
In the middle 1980s, former United States Coast Guard Radioman and well known radio amateur, Edward A. McCarthy was tuning the 7.0 MHz amateur radio bands at his amateur radio station in Florida when he came upon a conversation between two amateurs using continuous wave (CW) Morse radiotelegraphy. Since a tape recorder was nearby, he decided to record the conversation between David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA/MM (Maritime Mobile) who was sailing as Radio Officer in the Merchant Marine on the coastwise ta...
Keywords: Morse code; bug; vibroplex; storm; rain; radio officer; ship; QSO; W1YT; N1EA
|Last Eastbound Trans-Atlantic Voyage of "Queen Mary/GBTT - Arthur C. Goodnow, W1DM, digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
A live recording of the wireless telegraphy (WT) transmissions in Morse code on 500 kHz and other MF frequencies from the Royal Mail Steamship "ss QUEEN MARY" on her last eastbound trans-Atlantic voyage in 1967 as recorded by Westinghouse Radio (Group W) engineer and former Radio Officer, Arthur Last Eastbound Trans-Atlantic Voyage of "Queen Mary/GBTT" - 1967 - R/O Arthur C. Goodnow, (W1DM).
Keywords: Goodnow; W1DM; queen mary; gbtt; wt; 500 kHz; 500 kc/s
|ITT Amagansett Radio WSL Close Down Message - Robert V. McGraw, W2LYH, Earl Korf, K2IC, David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
This is a recording of the close down message from ITT for Amagansett Radio/WSL followed by the August 4, 1984 0150 GMT Traffic List giving call signs of ships for which Amagansett Radio had messages. The close down time is given at 04 August 1984 at 0401 GMT which would have been 04 August 1984 at 0001 EDST or in about 2 hours 10 minutes from the start of this traffic list at 0150 GMT. The station was located near Southhampton, Long Is., NY...
Keywords: Amagansett; Radio; WSL; Brentwood; Southhampton; ITT; ITT/Mackay; Marine; 500 kHz; maritime; radio
|SOS ms Prinsendam October 4, 1980 - Original Recording Provided by United States Coast Guard, Kodiak, Alaska, Digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Recordings of the Urgent broadcast made by ms Prinsendam which was on fire and burning out of control due to a fire in the engine room in the Gulf of Alaska. Chief Radio Officer, Jack van der Zee (he was from Beek, Netherlands) on the Netherlands Antilles registered cruise ship "ms Prinsendam" on October 4, 1980. He sent this to United States Coast Guard Communications Station Kodiak, Alaska (COMMSTA KODIAK/NOJ)...
Keywords: SOS; Prinsendam; PJTA; Netherlands Lion; De Orde van de Nederlandse Leeuw courage; morse code; maritime; distress; ship, ns1l, pfister
|Malin Head Radio / EJM - The 500 kHz Recordings of Finbar O'Connor, EI0CF - created and recorded by Finbar O'Connor, EI0CF, digitized by David J. Ring, Jr., N1EA|
Recordings made at times noted by Radio Officer Finbar O'Connor who worked at Malin Head Radio, call sign EJM in the northwestern part of Ireland.
Keywords: ejm; malin head; malin head radio; morse; wt; 500 kHz; 500 kc/s; finbar